Specialist from Queensland University of Technology has working trip at Ha Noi Univesity of Industry

On November 27th, 2017, Dr. Margaret Kettle - Senior Lecturer from Queensland University of Technology (Australia) had a meeting with representatives of the Executive Board and the Faculty of Foreign Languages of Hanoi University of Industry (HaUI).

On behalf of HaUI, Dr. Bui Thi Ngan, HaUI Vice Rector, Dr. Hoang Ngoc Tue, Dean of Faculty of Foreign Languages, PhD. candidate Tran Ngoc Duc, Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Dr. Tran Thi Duyen, Head of English Language Practice Division, welcomed the distinguished guest.

Dr. Margaret Kettle expressed her sincere gratitude to the University Executive Board and Faculty of Foreign Languages for the warm welcome. At the meeting, she emphasized the importance and the necessity of the work that Hanoi University of Industry and the Faculty of Foreign Languages have been carrying out related to the English for Occupational Purposes (EOP) curriculum and material development as well as language teacher professional development. According to the plan, from November 27th to December 17th, Dr. Kettle is meeting with the research teams of the Faculty of Foreign Languages to develop and evaluate the EOP programs at the university. During her working trip, Dr. Kettle is also collaborating with the Faculty of Foreign Languages ​​to conduct a series of workshops on EOP curriculum and materials development and evaluation and on language teaching methodology.

Specialist from Queensland University of Technology has working trip at Ha Noi Univesity of Industry

On behalf of the Executive Board of Hanoi University of Industry, Dr. Bui Thi Ngan - Vice Rector sincerely thanked Dr. Kettle for her substantial supporting the EOP project at the University. Dr. Bui Thi Ngan stated that Hanoi University of Industry and the Faculty of Foreign Languages ​​had made careful preparations to work with Dr. Kettle during her working time at the university. The Vice Rector also expected that the collaboration would be spectacularly successful, helping to improve the effectiveness of EOP programs at the university.

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